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"devils knuckleduster"  ring by flintlockprivateer "devils knuckleduster"  ring by flintlockprivateer
Ring cast in sterling silver
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Necr0f Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011  Professional Photographer
that infinite beauty
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RoCKoLoGY666 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey Amazin Work man!!!
Was Curious.... Is it for Sale??? Any of ur rings?? Please let me know thanks :D
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Grizzly187 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011
you are truly an amazing artisan
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Thegarfieldtouch Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011  Student General Artist
very wicked! :D
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Monsterfink Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2009
That is beautiful work, simply beautiful
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sulacco Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2009
ton travail est excellent
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DaveRichardsonArt Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009  Professional
I am very impressed! Maybe we can do a trade? I dont have all my rings posted yet, but there are a couple up now if you want to view them.
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flintlockprivateer Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Awesome work man, I always wanted to cast in stainless. What the hell do you polish it with?
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DaveRichardsonArt Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2009  Professional
Polishing stainless is a mother fu--er of a time. You really have to breakdown the metal in steps. Start with a corse pad(180) then step down to a fine pad (250)then put some black rubbing compound on the fin pad. Then take it to the buffer! Start with a course cotton wheel with black compound. After that buff with loose cotton wheel using green, then finishing with white compound. Then I will usually hand buff with Flitz. So it is a long and dirty process and takes some practice but the end result is stunning! We have a foundry in my town that will cast stainless, so let me know in the future if you want more info.
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flintlockprivateer Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow thats a crazy process, Have you ever tried the plastic bristle wheels that 3M makes? I use the coarse ones on steel and they are incredibly smooth and remove material very well. Might be worth playing with.
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